Eunice Salubi

GoHelP Alumni

Eunice completed her BSc, MSc and PhD in the Department of Geography at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. She is a 2018 Fellow of the Ife Institute of Advanced Studies, Nigeria. Her PhD specialisation is in Health Geography and Geographic Information Science (GIS) where she conducted research on spatial and temporal patterns of cholera incidence in Nigeria with analytical techniques in GIS in the context of proffering suitable intervention measures for the endemic areas. Her research interests are in human environment and health, spatial epidemiology and analysis of diseases, and spatial statistics.

Eunice is a recipient of the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Scholarship-Advanced Scholars award and is working on the ‘Water Security as a Foundation for Healthy Communities and Sustainable Livelihoods’ project as a Visiting Researcher at the University of Waterloo. She has over nine years work experience as a GIS and Health Geography Lecturer.


  • Olapoju O. M., Salubi E. A. and Babalola Y. (2019). “Estimating occupational risks associated with roadside automobile vulcanizing trade in a part of southwestern Nigeria. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Safety 3 (1):27-40.
  • Salubi E. A. (2018). “Spatio-temporal patterns of cholera incidence in Nigeria, 1970-2013” (Unpublished PhD thesis). University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
  • Salubi E. A. (2014). “Spatial patterns of cholera incidence in Ibadan”. Journal of Geospatial Science and Technology 1(1):112-120.
  • Olajuyigbe A. E., Alinaitwe P., Adegboyega S. A., Salubi E. A. (2013). “Vulnerability and risk analysis of waterborne diseases in Ile-Ife using GIS techniques”. European Journal of Social Sciences 36 (3): 436-450.
  • Olajuyigbe A. E., Alinaitwe P., Adegboyega S. A., Salubi E. A. (2012). “Spatial analysis of factors responsible for incidence of waterborne diseases in Ile-Ife, Nigeria”. Journal of Sustainable Society, 1 (4): 96-113.